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Vicious Dog Attacks and the Law

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In order for an owner of a dog to be held responsible for a bite, knock down or other vicious attack, there must be evidence of the dog’s dangerous propensities. In Virginia, it is often said that every dog gets one free bite. In other words, the owner of the dog cannot be said to

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Metrorail Concrete Panels to Dulles International Airport Improperly Mixed—Who Would Be Held Liable for Any Possible Injuries?

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Always wondering how long infrastructure, roads and airport construction are supposed to last, attorney Doug Landau noted an article that stated that the $2.6 billion project extending the D.C. region’s Metrorail Silver Line to Dulles International Airport and into Ashburn had concrete components that were supposed to last 100 years! However, an article by the

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Facebook Posts Used Against Injured Car Crash Victim in Court

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Do insurance company lawyers look on social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, etc. to find incriminating evidence to use against injured victims? You bet they do. While visiting lawyers in Georgia, attorney Doug Landau of Abrams Landau, Ltd. came across an article about a recent case where the plaintiff’s Facebook posts were introduced

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Accutane Settlements

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If you had acne in the 90’s, you may be familiar with a drug called Accutane. While the drug had a warning label that noted it is “associated with” chronic bowel problems, the Plaintiff’s argued that Roche (the company which manufactures Accutane) did not accurately warn users of the risk of Chronic Bowel Disorder. Roch

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